Vitruvius Design+Build, the leader in technological innovation in the luxury custom residential construction industry, sponsored an exclusive experience at Old Town Cellars on January 18, 2024 at the Sundance Film Festival. The soiree, a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Sundance Film Festival, coincided with the opening day premier of the independent film Ghostlight.
Known for their tech-driven and experience-focused approach to luxury residential construction, Vitruvius Design+Build is leading a paradigm shift in innovation by developing the world’s first design+build experience software platform. The Sundance Film Festival experience at Old Town Cellars is a testament to the brand's dedication to supporting Park City's vibrant arts and film culture scene and embodies their approach to luxury experiences.
"At Vitruvius Design+Build, we are relentless in our pursuit of understanding the intersectionality of technology and luxury residential construction, both in its design and execution,” emphasizes Charles Ochello, Founder+CEO of Vitruvius Design+Build.
“Leveraging our AI-driven experience software platform combined with an advanced understanding of luxury aesthetics, our firm is striving for nothing short of executional perfection.”
- Reception for premiere of Ghostlight – Members of the cast and production team were in attendance, including the film’s directing duo Kelly O’Sullivan and Alex Thompson.
- Venue: Old Town Cellars – An iconic Park City tasting room provided an intimate setting for an unforgettable experience.
- Arts, Culture, and Philanthropy – Vitruvius Design+Build not only supports the thriving film culture in Park City, but also the philanthropic efforts of Chicago-based non-profit Elevated Films.
About Vitruvius Design+Build:
Based in Park City, Utah, Vitruvius Design+Build is a tech firm focused on revolutionizing the luxury custom residential industry. Through technological innovation, Vitruvius Design+Build actualizes evolved excellence through a curated design+build experience.
Ghostlight centers on Dan (Keith Kupferer), a melancholic middle-aged construction worker grieving a family tragedy. Cut off from his devoted wife, Sharon (Tara Mallen), and talented but troubled daughter, Daisy (Katherine Mallen Kupferer), Dan finds comfort and community in a misfit company of amateur actors. While moonlighting in a low-rent production of Shakespeare’s most protean tragedy, Dan is forced to confront his buried emotions. Real-life family Mallen, Kupferer, and Mallen Kupferer bring tenderness and authenticity to this poignant portrait, while Dolly de Leon — last seen stealing the scene in Triangle of Sadness — is hilarious as Dan’s irascible, improbable co-star.
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